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First record of the Paleozoic land snail family Anthracopupidae in the Lower Jurassic of China and the origin of Stylommatophora

Published on Mar 1, 2020in Journal of Paleontology1.584
路 DOI :10.1017/jpa.2019.68
Adrienne Jochum6
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Tingting Yu1
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Thomas A. Neubauer10
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